Plus: Stevie Nicks cancels Sunday's concert
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80º Mostly sunny | 6% chance of rain | Sunrise 5:44 a.m. | Sunset 8:22 p.m.
Destination Sac
Embrace your inner creative at this pad. | Photo via Airbnb
Whether you’re looking to visit Sacramento in style for the weekend or are a local in need of an unforgettable stay-cation, we’ve got some ideas. Here’s a list featuring twelve of the most extraordinary rentals in the Sacramento area that are worthy of a trip for you, your partner, your family, or the whole squad this year.

Just a heads up: Prices may vary depending on dates selected and extra taxes + booking, and cleaning fees may be tacked on at the end. (Sorry, Airbnb makes the rules, and we just follow them.)

Close to Downtown

Modern Downtown Studio
Shop at the R Street Corridor a short walk away from this condo.
  • ~$119 a night
  • Studio | 1 BA
  • Patio space, full-sized washer and dryer, 14-ft ceilings
Victorian in Downtown
Stay in a spacious home located just blocks from Golden 1 Center.
  • ~$190 a night
  • 3BD | 2 BA
  • Two parking spots, private lot, 65" HDTV

Somewhere cozy

SACtoday - Cape Cod Suite

Coastal vibes abound at this charming rental.


Photo via Airbnb

Charming Cape Cod Suite
Enjoy the vibe of Massachusetts at this cute getaway.
  • ~$91 a night
  • Studio | 1 BA
  • Vaulted ceiling, four-poster bed, en-suite bathroom
Land Park Tower Theater Cottage
Relax in the semi-private courtyard or on the day bed in the living room.
  • ~$16 a night
  • 1 BD | 1 BA
  • Garden view, free street parking, in-unit washer and dryer

Luxury living


The best way to describe this place is simply elegant.


Photo via Airbnb

Hendricks House
Explore East Sacramento from this private apartment.
  • ~$155 a night
  • 2 BD | 1 BA
  • Fully stocked kitchen, gas fireplace, fenced-off patio
Executive Lookout
See the fireworks following River Cats games from the balcony of this Downtown condo.
  • ~$227 a night
  • 1 BD | 1 BA
  • Includes access to gym, pool, sauna, and hot tub
Let’s settle this once and for all — what’s the coolest rental home feature?

  1. Hot tub
  2. Foosball table or pool table
  3. An incredible view
  4. I don’t care as long as it’s sparkling clean

Friday, March 24
  • Sacramento Kings vs. Phoenix Suns | Friday, Mar. 24 | 7 p.m. | Golden 1 Center, 500 David J Stern Walk, Sacramento | $10-$236 | The Kings are on the hunt for a top seed in the West as the playoffs approach.
Saturday, March 25
  • FIRST Robotics Competition 2023 Sacramento Regional | Saturday, Mar. 25-Sunday, Mar. 26 | 9 a.m.-5 p.m. | University of California, Davis Pavilion at the ARC, 750 Orchard Rd., Davis | Free | Students and mentors compete to build robots that face off against each other in a series of challenges.
  • Sacramento Republic FC vs. San Diego Loyal SC | Saturday, Mar. 25 | 7 p.m. | Heart Health Park, 1600 Exposition Blvd., Sacramento | $17-$186 | The Indomitable Club takes the pitch in their second home match of the season.
  • Theory of a Deadman and Skillet | Saturday, Mar. 25 | 7 p.m. | Hard Rock Live, 3317 Forty Mile Rd., Wheatland | $45-$250 | Two alternative rock groups stop by on their “Rock Resurrection Tour.”
Sunday, March 26
  • Paints and Pints | Sunday, Mar. 26 | 5-7 p.m. | New Helvetia Brewing Company Tasting Room, 1730 Broadway, Sacramento | $30 | Sip on a brew and create your own abstract painting in celebration of Women’s History Month.
  • Julie Kim: Live in The Callback Bar | Sunday, Mar. 26 | 7:30 p.m. | Punch Line, 2100 Arden Way, Ste. 225, Sacramento | $20-$27 | Laugh your way through the night with live stand-up from one of the writers behind “The Daily Show” and “Crazy Rich Asians.” *
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News Notes

  • 59º | Mostly sunny | 7% chance of rain
  • Local experts said Sacramento residents could see more mosquitoes than usual this season, thanks in part to all the recent rain. Community members are urged to clear away any standing water to reduce the risk of attracting the bugs. (KCRA 3)
  • Due to a band member dealing with COVID-19, Stevie Nicks has postponed Sunday’s concert at Golden 1 Center. A new date has not yet been announced for the Sac show, or for her recently canceled San Francisco appearance. (FOX40)
  • Old Sacramento will host the Holo Holo Music Festival on Saturday, Sept. 9-Sunday, Sept. 10. The reggae and island music event joins Sol Blume, GoldenSky, and Aftershock as part of Sac’s move to become the “City of Festivals.” (KCRA 3)
Real Estate
  • According to a report from the North State Building Industry Association, new home sales throughout the Sacramento region in February were the third-highest they’ve been since 2007. Of the 618 new homes sold, 286 were in Placer County, the most of any of our region’s six counties. (Sac Bee)
  • The owners of Sac’s Midtown Bliss Home & Gifts and Rancho Cordova’s Bliss Marketplace plan to open a third vintage boutique in Roseville. Bliss Market is expected to debut at 390 Roseville Square near the end of April. (Sac Biz Journal)
  • Does your child dream of becoming an orthopedic surgeon? What about an engineer? With the University of Rochester’s Pre-College Online program, they can gain first-hand STEM knowledge (think: orthopedics, medicine, and engineering), all from one of the world’s leading research universities. Explore courses + sign up your child.*
  • $241. That’s the real price of a roundtrip ticket from Boston to Barcelona sold this year via Going — a travel membership that alerts you when flight prices drop. Sign up for a free membership or try an Elite membership for free if you’re interested in business and first class tickets, too.
Fun Fact
  • Did you know today is the last day to enter our Six & Main Spring Forward Contest? The winner + two of their friends will receive a prize from one of our coffee/tea brand partners. Spring on over to Instagram to learn more.
The calm before the score
With the way the Kings are playing, few tickets in town are this hot. | Photo by @victastic4672
Whether you’re a sports fanatic or just look good in purple and black, Sacramento has no shortage of teams to support.

Ahead of the NBA playoffs, we thought now would be a good time to offer up a refresher on our city’s sports teams.

🏀 Sacramento Kings (NBA) | Est. 1923

Where they play: Golden 1 Center
  • G1C is the first entirely solar-powered arena, and was the first indoor sports arena to receive the LEED Platinum designation for its environmentally-conscious design.
Mascot: Slamson the Lion
  • Slamson is a 12-time winner of the NBA’s Most Valuable Cat Award.
Major accomplishments:
  • 1951 NBA Championship
  • NBA record for consecutive losing seasons at 16 (finally broken this year)
  • Longest active postseason drought in the history of North America’s four major sports (on track to be broken as well)
Take our quiz to see if you know the most popular sport in the US.
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